Question about New Bright 384 Holiday Express Animated Electric Train Set
Check some of the other solutins I have posted regarding this issue, but you can check to make sure your track is getting power by using a volt meter set to DC. You should measure 10.5VDC between the tracks.
When you set the Treetop tender on the tracks and turn on the power, the tender car should light up if you have power. When you add the loco and plug in the large black cord from the Tender to the Loco, the train should light up as well. If you are getting power you should then be able to press the forward button and the train should start.
Make sure the clips on the track control box are making contact with the rails on both sides. If your getting power to the track and the tender lights up, you should be good to roll.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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